Easter is just a few days away, and I'm hosting, so I figured I better get my act together and get some Spring decor up around our house! I haven't shown you a holiday "mantel" in a while, because honestly, I haven't done one since Christmas! Christmas was such a decor extravaganza this year, that it's taken me a while to want to pull seasonal decor out again. While I've really loved having this little hutch/nook clean and free for a few months, it was also really fun to play with some fresh and simple decor this week!
This Spring display absolutely has strong ties to last year's mantel - for one, I didn't have a ton of time to change it up. But also, I just love the bright shamrock green paired with yellow for Spring. It just feels so fun and fresh to me! So if it's working, why change it, right?
I did make a few upgrades/improvements for this year, using all items and supplies I had around the house. First, I added this adorable bunting to my forsythia wreath. I bought the wooden "pennants" at Michaels a while back (seriously LOVE the new wooden collection over there!). I dug them out and painted them bright green. I wasn't up for cutting out vinyl letters, so I was super excited to see some of my gold sticker letters were just the right size and texture to complete the banner! It's held together with green and white twine.
My bunnies (from Target Dollar Spot last year) and my green and yellow eggs (from Michaels last year) were given some fresh styling, and my little birdies got yet another makeover.
These little birds have been used in a lot of my holiday displays. Love the bright pop of green up in this "nest" - which is just a mini mirror (from Target) on top of a extra large candle pedestal. The paper is brown craft paper cut into strips and crumpled up.
I snagged a potted plant in a bright green bucket (from Marshalls) from the dining room and added my favorite little bird houses (Target Dollar Spot years ago).
All together, it's a really fun, fresh and cheery Spring display!
I absolutely love this hutch/mirror nook for our seasonal displays, but (as I say all the time), the mirror is a total pain for taking pictures! How come my best shot with great lighting and focus is the one with me smack dab in the middle. Boo. Oh well - here's me wishing you a Happy Easter!
I'm hosting a pretty casual yet festive Easter lunch this weekend, using this same color scheme. I'll have photos of how it all came together up here for you Monday! Until then...have a great weekend and Happy Easter!